Sublime Simple Salted Caramel Fudge
Sublime Simple Salted Caramel Fudge

Sublime Simple Salted Caramel Fudge

I don’t think I will every tire of Salted Caramel! To me salted caramel is the pinnacle of favours, deliciously creamy, sweet and salty all at once.  When these flavours are made into a fudge I am in dessert heaven.  After a little trial and effort I am giving you the ultimate Salted Caramel Fudge recipe.

Salted Caramel Fudge - Made from scratch

Salted Caramel Fudge – Made from scratch

Before you thank me  I have a little story.  It kind of a warning and disclaimer.

Salted Caramel Fudge

Salted Caramel Fudge

When I was about 18, I had an obsession.  The love of my life was Gran’s Caramel Fudge.  I couldn’t let a day go by without having a cube of this delicious dessert. Little by little one cube a day turned into two… and then into more! Pretty soon I had stashes of the fudge hidden all over the flat.  I knew every outlet that stocked the treat in my suburb and beyond!

Grans Caramel Fudge

Grans Caramel Fudge

Eventually Gran and I had to “part ways.” My love was causing wardrobe problems. My jeans were too tight and summer was approaching. I knew my addiction was out of control so I went “Cold Turkey.”

At first I saw Grans Caramel Fudge everywhere! Little by little I got over that sweet hold Gran’s had over me.

Salted Caramel Foodgawker

Salted Caramel Foodgawker

Fast forward a few years…. okay fast forward more than two decades and I have unleashed a fudge that rivals Gran’s. This Salted Caramel Fudge has the same sweet flavour and creamy texture as Gran’s but it has a more addictive nature.  Beware, you will want to make this Salted Caramel Fudge over and over again! Once you have tried a piece you won’t be able to stop it is sublime.

Salted Carmel Fudge Treat

Salted Carmel Fudge Treat

I am giving the recipe as a Thermomix recipe but it can be made over the stove also.  In the Thermomix it barely requires any attention at all and it works everytime!

Sublime Simple Salted Caramel Fudge

Yield: 40


  • 170 grams Cadbury Dream white chocolate
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 160 grams brown sugar
  • 120 grams Butter
  • 75 grams golden syrup
  • 50 grams glucose syrup


  1. Place broken up chocolate into Thermomix. Lid on 5 seconds at speed 9. Remove the chocolate and set aside for later use.
  2. Add condensed milk, chopped butter, brown sugar, golden syrup and glucose syrup to Thermomix. Place the lid on the Thermomix but not the MC. Cook for 8mins at 100C on speed 3.
  3. Open the lid and scape the sides and bottom of bowl with spatula.
  4. Cook for a further 20mins at Varoma Temp on Speed 3 without the MC.
  5. Add the chopped chocolate to the Thermomix. Combine for 10 secs on Speed 3-4.
  6. Repeat this process until the chocolate has melted and is combined.
  7. Pour the fudge into a lined square 20 x 20cm tin or slice tin, refrigerate until set.
  8. Slice the fudge into squares.

So be warned! This is so easy to make that it could become a very unhealthy obsession! BUT… its so good!

Easy Salted Caramel Fudge

Easy Salted Caramel Fudge

So, tell me readers, have you every LOVED one particular food so much you had to stop eating it forever??? What was it? How have you managed?  I have to admit, I usually just swap one obsession with another.

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  1. Yummy! My son would love these, thanks for sharing…. happy Easter xo

  2. As I read through, I felt myself falling in love with it. Craving for some. Thanks for sharing this super good recipe. Can’t wait to try it out.

  3. How utterly delicious! 🙂 Fudge holds very happy memories for me, and this recipe sounds marvelous. 🙂

  4. This is why I love salted caramel when I came to know about it the first time, too. The mixed flavours and the push-n-pull of salty-sweet. Love to taste some of these bars with coffee!!!

  5. I would love to have one now with my tea :-))

  6. I do remember that brand of fudge. I too, am addicted to salted caramel fudge although I certainly don’t have it as often as I did as a teenager. This looks gorgeous xx

  7. I’m agree with you Julie, caramel is just so good ! Yours looks extra délicieux ! What a nice treat !
    Happy Easter Julie ! x

  8. Those food loves can backfire in a wardrobe sense! I too love the salty/sweet mix and your fudge looks perfectly formed. I imagine it’s a little bit dangerous making it with a Thermomix, as it would be so simple to whip up!

  9. Snap! That’s the exact same recipe I have on my blog for the caramel fudge! I can’t see the salt in the ingredients or method. When do you add it and how much? I can vouch that this recipe is highly addictive!

    • Lol! Thanks for the backup on the one Sammie!!! I can’t believe you use the same recipe. I add the 1/2 teaspoon at the beginning stage. I will make it clearer and then you can add a little pink Murray river salt to the top if you like before serving. Just a flake it two.

  10. My weakness was and is condensed milk. I banned myself from having it in the house for years. A recipe that calls for a full can is excellent as if it is half a can I will simply spoon out and slurp the rest of the cn. This looks terrifyingly good. I will have to give it a go in the Thermie.

  11. Yum, this looks incredible! Thanks for the recipe!
    Melanie @

  12. I bet your homemade version is even better than Gran’s!!! It would be totally dangerous to have a full batch of this in the house 🙂

  13. Oh my…. I am obsessed with salted caramel. It truly is one of life’s most pleasurable tastes. Like you, had me a little addiction in my teens, had to quit cause it was making me chubby. Lol! Might pretend I haven’t seen this post (although know that I think you are a magical unicorn sharing such gorgeous recipes). 🙂

  14. This fudge looks absolutely delicious, I want to eat all of it. I mean the entire tray 😀

    Happy Easter!
    Choc Chip Uru

  15. Caramel fudge are the best… I will have to try it salted next time.

  16. Lol, you had to ‘part ways with Gran’ 🙂 Salted caramel really is the best though!

  17. Oh my goodness this looks DELICIOUS! I definitely will be making this 🙂

  18. I have an unhealthy obsession with fudge, yours looks amazing!!

  19. Looks gorgeous and love me some salted caramel. Good luck surviving the salted caramel fudge – I always struggle to stop eating when I bake, there’s just so much desserts in the house!

  20. SO jealous you have a thermomix. However, I plan to make these on the good old stove ’cause I NEED these in my life! 🙂

  21. Sublime indeed!I don’t have thermomix but wil try on the stove! Talk about indulgence 🙂

  22. Hi!
    So I bought all the ingredients and am ready to try this! But I don’t have a thermomix. So, I’m assuming i just throw all the ingredients (except chocolate) into a saucepan and stir? Do I have to continously stir? Or only stir every few minutes?

    Thanks! 🙂

    • Hi Jacqui, that is correct. You will need a candy thermometer so you can get the mixture to soft ball stage. Once it has reached that stage just remove it from the heat and stir through the chocolate. It will start to set within 15 minutes but over night is best. I hope all goes well xx

    • Oh and stir fairly consistently, wear gloves to protect from the hot liquid while your cooking it.

  23. Looks so delicious I can finish in one sitting.


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